Bachelor of Science in Management - Yeoman by CoastGuard

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                                      Bachelor of Science in Management
 STUDENT DATA:
                                                                                                            Credit Potential
 NAME: ROADMAP'S DEGREE                                        SSN: 000-00-0000                                       Credit
                                                                                                          Required

 Writing Strategies and Concepts (EN 024A) [EN024B]                                                             3.00
 (The course involves students in various modes of writing while exploring
 contemporary issues. It also helps strengthen their ability to think
 critically, read and listen intelligently, and write clearly and
 effectively. Other concerns of the course are developing learning skills,
 orientation to Park, and values clarification. College credit by
 examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 11.07.00}

 Writing Purposes and Research (EN 106) [EN025B]                                                                3.00
 (The course teaches students to write effectively for various purposes and
 audiences. It also helps to develop further skills in critical thinking and
 reading. Special emphasis is given to information retrieval and writing a
 research paper. (The course involves students in various modes of writing
 while exploring contemporary issues. It also helps strengthen their
 ability to think critically, read and listen intelligently, and write
 clearly and effectively. Other concerns of the course are developing
 learning skills, orientation to Park, and values clarification. College
 credit by examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 11.07.00}

 Professional Writing in the Disciplines (EN 306)                                                               3.00
 (This course is the third course in the required writing sequence at Park
 University. It emphasizes professional writing skills and expectations in
 various disciplines while developing further basic writing skills.
 Specific departmental courses may be deemed equivalent and will be used to
 satisfy this course. By passing the Writing Competency Text - WCT)
 {DANTES Code = 11.07.00}

 College Algebra (MA 131) [MH048B]                                                                              3.00
 (Fundamentals of basic algebra. Topics include the real number system,
 basic operations of algebra, linear and quadratic equations, inequalities
 and functions and graphs. Additional topics may include exponents and
 logarithms, fundamental techniques of counting. (The course teaches
 students to write effectively for various purposes and audiences. It also
 helps to develop further skills in critical thinking and reading. Special
 emphasis is given to information retrieval and writing a research paper.
 (The course involves students in various modes of writing while exploring
 contemporary issues. It also helps strengthen their ability to think
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 NAME: ROADMAP'S DEGREE                                        SSN: 000-00-0000

 critically, read and listen intelligently, and write clearly and
 effectively. Other concerns of the course are developing learning skills,
 orientation to Park, and values clarification. College credit by
 examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 14.01.00}

 Natural Science Elective                                                                                       3.00
 (College credit by examination may apply.                     Visit the PU website for a
 description of these courses.)

 Natural and Life Sciences Electives or Mathematics - 2 Subjects                                                9.00
 (A minimum of nine hours in designated coursework from the disciplines in
 the Division of Natural and Life Sciences, no more than three hours in any
 discipline;

 Biology
 Chemistry/Physics
 Computer Science
 Geology
 Mathematics
 Natural and Life Sciences

 College credit by examination may apply. Visit the PU website for a
 description of courses available.)
 {DANTES Code = 16.13.00 or 16.99.00 or most 16.XX.XX series or any 14.XX.XX
 series}

 Humanities Electives - 2 Subjects                                                                              9.00
 (A minimum of nine hours in designated coursework from the disciplines in
 the Division of Humanities and Performing Arts, no more than three hours in
 any discipline;

 Art and Design
 Communication Arts
 English
 History
 Humanities
 Music
 Philosophy and Religion
 Peace Studies
 Theatre

 College credit by examination may apply. Visit the PU website for a
 description of courses available.)
 {DANTES Code = 08.06.00 or most 08.XX.XX series or any 20.07.XX series or
 17.03.00 or 17.13.00}

 Social and Administrative Sciences Electives - 2 Subjects                                                      9.00
 (A minimum of nine hours in designated coursework from the disciplines in
 the Division of Social and Administrative Sciences, no more than three
 hours in any discipline;

 Business Administration
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 NAME: ROADMAP'S DEGREE                                        SSN: 000-00-0000

 Criminal Justice
 Economics
 Education
 Geography
 Human Services/Sociology
 Management:
 Political Science/Public Administration
 Psychology

 College credit by examination may apply. Visit the PU website for a
 description of courses available.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.10.07 or 12.01.00 or any 20.10.XX or

 Liberal Learning Courses [ZHDR B]
 After students have completed at least 60 credit hours, they must enroll
 and satisfactorily complete at least three different upper level (300-400)
 Park University courses (minimum two credit hours per course) for a total
 of nine or more credit hours. These courses cannot be in the discipline of
 the major. Liberal learning courses, which are cross-listed between
 disciplines, do not satisfy liberal learning requirements for students
 majoring in either of the cross-listed disciplines.

 Principles of Accounting I (AC 001A) [AC025B]                                                                  3.00
 (Introduction to financial accounting, including the concepts, procedures
 and terminology of modern accounting. Generally accepted accounting
 principles will be discussed and applied to various business concerns.
 College credit by examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.01.00}

 Principles of Accounting II (AC 002A) [AC025B]                                                                 3.00
 (Continuation of AC 201 with an emphasis on managerial uses of cost
 information for planning and controlling a business. Prerequisite: AC 201
 or equivalent. College credit by examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.01.00}

 Introduction to Computers (CS 140) [CS001B]                                                                    3.00
 (This course introduces computer concepts, terminology, and applications to
 enable students to use computers in their environment and career. This
 class will feature lectures, written assignments, and demonstrations of
 computer concepts. The lab will concentrate on hands-on computer lab
 projects using the dominant Windows operating system and Office
 applications. Software will include Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and
 Internet browsers. Students will be introduced to the structure and use of
 personal computer hardware, peripherals, comparison of popular operating
 systems, recent history of technology and some ethical implications.
 3:0:3)
 {DANTES Code = 05.02.00}

 Principles of Economics I - Macro (EC 141) [EC008B]                                                            3.00
 (A study of the contemporary American economy; the role of investment,
 consumption, and government on income determination; and an analysis of the
 foreign sector. Emphasis is on contemporary problems: unemployment,
 inflation, and growth. College credit by examination may apply.)
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 NAME: ROADMAP'S DEGREE                                        SSN: 000-00-0000

 {DANTES Code = 20.05.00}

 Principles of Economics II - Micro (EC 142)                                                                    3.00
 (A study of the market mechanism and the organization of production and
 distribution activities in society. A major focus is on the determination
 of prices of goods and factors of production. Analysis of the firm as the
 main institution in the market.)
 {DANTES Code = 20.05.00}

 Intermediate Macroeconomics (EC 301) [EC99SB]                                                                  3.00
 (National income concepts; national income accounting; theory of income
 determination; and organization of the money market. Emphasis is on
 monetary and fiscal policies and their role in maintaining economic
 stability and stimulating growth. Prerequisite: EC 141.)
 {DANTES Code = any 20.05.XX series}

 Basic Concepts of Statistics (MA 120) [MH053B]                                                                 3.00
 (A development of certain basic concepts in probability and statistics that
 are pertinent to most disciplines. Topics include: probability models,
 parameters, statistics and sampling procedures, hypothesis testing,
 correlation and regression. College credit by examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 14.09.00 or 14.09.06}

 Introduction to Management or Principles of Mgt                       (MG 101,352) [MG001B]                    3.00
 (Introduction to Management: Basic functions of management with emphasis on
 the behavioral problems management faces in adopting and implementing
 policy. College credit by examination may apply.
 or
 Principles of Management: Examines the functions, activities and principles
 of leadership in business and other institutions. Philosophy, history,
 current practice and issues in leading, planning, organizing, and
 controlling organizations such as communication, motivation and
 interpersonal relations. Lecture, discussion and cases are used. 3:0:3)
 {DANTES Code = 03.10.00}

 Business Law I (MG 260) [BU002B]                                                                               3.00
 (Introduction to the law: contracts, agency, employment, and negotiable
 instruments; comparison of social responsibility and legal aspects of
 selected issues. College credit by examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 12.01.00}

 Business Law II (MG 261) [BU002B]                                                                              3.00
 (A continuation of the study of contracts, agency, employment, and
 negotiable instruments; comparison of social responsibility and legal
 aspects of selected issues. Prerequisite: BA 260. College credit by
 examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 12.01.00}

 Financial Management (FI 360) [BU003B]                                                                         3.00
 (The role of financial management through the development of a framework
 appropriate for financial decision making. Emphasis on obtaining and
 effectively utilizing the funds necessary for the operation of an
 enterprise. Elements of financial planning, capital budgeting, and
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 NAME: ROADMAP'S DEGREE                                        SSN: 000-00-0000

 consideration of alternative sources of funds. Prerequisites: AC 201 and AC
 202. College credit by examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.02.01}

 Financial Institutions and Markets (FI 363) [EC003B]                                                           3.00
 (A study of the macrofinancial environment with emphasis on the structure,
 functions, and economic role of financial institutions and markets. This
 includes the role of commercial banks, the central banking system and
 international finance. Prerequisite: EC 301.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.02.00}

 Organizational Behavior (MG 365) [MG026B]                                                                      3.00
 (Examines theoretical and practical perspectives and experiences in the
 areas of motivation and human relations; individual behavior, small group
 behavior, intergroup behavior; organizational effectiveness, and
 organizational development. Lecture, discussion and cases are used.
 College credit by examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.10.01}

 Production Operations Management (MG 375) [MG003B]                                                             3.00
 (Study of the design, planning and operations and control of manufacturing
 processes, material management, inventory, quality control systems, work
 measurement and production standards. Prerequisites: MA 120, BA/MG 360,
 BA/MG 352 or equivalents.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.10.09}

 Business Policy (MG 495) [MG054B]                                                                              3.00
 (A series of business cases and materials dealing with a variety of
 problems confronting general management selected to illustrate the major
 areas of managerial concern: environmental opportunities and constraints,
 formulation of business policy, organization for business activity and
 marshalling of resources for achieving objectives of the firm.
 Prerequisite: completion of business/management core or permission of
 instructor.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.10.08}

 Senior Seminar in Business (MG 401)                                                                            3.00
 (Consideration of managerial problems and/or policies. Topics include: the
 role of values and assumptions in administrative situations, especially
 their influence on administrators choices among possible ends and means;
 the skills, attributes and personal qualities that enhance effectiveness of
 responsible individuals as they work with others in organizations; and the
 determinants of organization and executive action. Prerequisite: BA/MG 352
 or equivalent. It is strongly recommended that all major core courses be
 completed prior to enrolling in this course.)

 Labor Relations (MG 420)                                                                                       3.00
 (Consideration of the development, legal environment, and current problems
 of the industrial relations system. Emphasis is placed upon the historical
 evolution of both the union movement and the legislative system that shapes
 its activities.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.13.05}


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 NAME: ROADMAP'S DEGREE                                        SSN: 000-00-0000


 Principles of Marketing (MK 351)                                                                               3.00
 (Examines factors relevant to the marketing mix (product, promotion,
 distribution, and price) and to marketing management. College credit by
 examination may apply.)
 {DANTES Code = 03.11.00}

 Free Electives                                                                                               24.00
 (College credit by examination may apply. Visit the PU website for a
 description of courses available.)

 Excess Duplicate Credit

  TOTAL ................................................................                                     120.00    0.00

  Thank you for requesting support from                 the U.S. Coast Guard Institute (CGI). Whereas
  we serve as an activity in support of                 your unit Educational Services Officer (ESO),
  you are encouraged to seek assistance                 from your local ESO in your academic
  endeavors. The following information                  is provided to help you understand what is
  presented in this degree plan:

  This document is an UNOFFICIAL Degree Plan to provide you with a preliminary
  assessment of how your prior learning experiences might fit into the specified
  degree program for this academic institution. If you choose to pursue this degree
  option, you must present it to a college representative, who will review it for the
  following:

  o Accurate representation of the college's degree program requirements, including
  course numbers and titles, credit hours for each course, lower- and upper-level
  course requirements, and the total number of credits needed for the degree.

  o Appropriate assignment of ACE Guide-recommended credit at the lower or upper
  level for military service schools and occupations, CLEP, DSST, and other tests,
  transfer credit for courses from other colleges and universities, certification
  programs, etc.

  o Appropriate assignment of SOC Course Category Codes from the SOC Handbook
  Transferability Tables. The SOC Degree Program Handbooks can be obtained from the
  SOC web site at: www.soc.aascu.org should you wish to learn more about the course
  transfer guarantees among SOC network institutions.

  IMPORTANT NOTE: When you are ready to seek admission into this degree program,
  please contact the USCG Institute at 1-405-954-7241. Your advisor will send the
  college or university an official U.S. Coast Guard Institute transcript, a copy of
  the degree plan, and a ready-for-signature SOC Student Agreement which, when signed
  by a college official, becomes a contract for degree completion committing the
  college or university to supporting you in your academic endeavors.

  Credit for all courses you have taken must be reflected on official transcripts sent
  directly to this college from the administrative offices of the colleges you
  previously attended. This degree plan is often used for information purposes by
  college counselors pending receipt of the official transcripts from the source
  colleges.


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  This degree plan is not intended to compete with your local college or university.
  Keep in mind, you are allowed to transfer in a significant amount of the degree
  requirements to this institution. As such, credit from local colleges, college
  level examination programs, or advanced military training may be applied to this
  degree. You may also complete the courses necessary from this college either in
  residence (on campus or possibly on a military base at a campus extension in the
  Education Center) or through distance delivery of the courses. If you have
  questions, please contact the college counselor or your advisor listed at the bottom
  of this Degree Plan.

  DEGREE PLAN LEGEND:

  SH     = Semester hours
  VOC   = Vocational, not relative to an academic degree
  LL      = Lower Level, i.e. courses at the Freshman/Sophomore level
  UL      = Upper Level, i.e. courses at the Junior/Senior level
  GL      = Graduate Level (sometimes recommended by ACE for very complex courses)
  [#] such as [EN024A] or [EN024B] = SOC Course Category Codes*
  {#} such as {DANTES Code = 01.02.03} = DANTES Academic Codes **

  * SOC Course Category Codes: Service members Opportunity Colleges (SOC) is a
  consortium of over 1,600 accredited colleges and universities seeking to provide
  degree opportunities to the military. Over 170 of these institutions participate in
  network degree programs developed for the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.
  A SOC course category number beside a course from one of these institutions, such as
  [EN024A] or [EN024B] for English Composition, indicates that courses from other
  degree program institutions with the same code may be taken to satisfy the degree
  requirement. See the SOC Degree Programs Handbooks at http://www.soc.aascu.org/

  ** DANTES Academic Codes: The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education
  Support (DANTES) publishes the DANTES Independent Study Catalog (DISC) annually,
  which lists more than 6,000 courses from dozens of regionally accredited colleges
  and universities. Because this is a degree from a SOC affiliated college, the
  academic residency requirements are limited, thereby allowing students to transfer
  in a significant portion of the degree, as mentioned above. If the course you
  desire to take is not offered by this institution when you want to take it, consider
  the opportunities the courses in the DISC present. For more information, visit
  http://www.dantes.doded.mil/dantes_web/distancelearning/disc/front/cont.htm    Keep
  in mind, you should always check with the counselor or academic advisor at this
  institution before enrolling in a course listed in the DISC to ensure it will be
  accepted in transfer toward this degree.



  Park University General Information:

  Founded in Missouri's heartland in 1875, Park University has emerged as a national
  education leader that offers benchmark education to more than 17,500 students. In
  addition to the original Parkville campus, students are enrolled at the Metro Park
  campuses (downtown Kansas City and Independence, Missouri) and at 42 military and
  non-military campuses located in 21 states.

  This diversely populated University is repeatedly honored as one of the top 100

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  American colleges/universities in the nation graduating Hispanic and
  African-American students. Most recently, the Commission on Military Education and
  Training recognized the University for Institutional Excellence in Military
  Education

  Park University serves traditional and non-traditional students in day, weekend, and
  evening programs; and the University is the largest provider of online education to
  the military. The Internet programs were described in an accreditation report "as
  being ahead of 98 percent of the colleges and universities in the nation in
  providing college-level Internet coursework and degree completion programs and
  online student services."

  Tuition for online students is: Undergraduate Courses - $229/Credit. All online
  courses include an $15/Credit online technology fee. If you are in the Military on
  Active Duty, find out if special tuition and payment options apply to you.
  Effective Oct. 1, 2005

  Military tuition
  Resident Center Programs                      $157.00 plus $15/Credit online technology fee.

  Employees of government agencies, corporations, and private business may be eligible
  for military tuition rates if they are members of any of the seven Military Reserve
  or National Guard components. Check with the admissions office to determine
  eligibility if applicable.

  For more information regarding the Bachelor of Arts Liberal Arts degree, please
  contact:

  Carol Hershey, MPA
  Director of State Approval and Licensure
  Park University
  College for Distance Learning
  8700 River Park Drive
  Parkville, MO 64152-3795
  816-584-6242 or FAX 816-741-6138
  E-mail: Carol.Hershey@park.edu
  http://www.park.edu

  POLICY NOTES:

  General Requirements:
  ·   A minimum grade point average of 2.0.
  ·   A minimum of 12-semester hours required for Major.
  ·   60/60 semester hours nontraditional or transfer credit applied to this degree.
  ·   A grade of "D" is NOT accepted in transfer.



  This college is rated as one of the nation's best in U.S. News & World Report's
  "America's Best Colleges" issue.

Evaluation completed by: Charles Morrison                                              On: 01 August 2007



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